Download – Beta release

jMRUI is proprietary software made available only to registered users under certain license terms. Also, you must be logged in to download the software.

Current beta version

  • jMRUI v. 6.0 beta, released on 2017-02-10
Microsoft Windows
Download jmrui-6.0-beta-windows.zip (76.2 MB) (log in required)  Downloaded: 349 times

  • Requires: 32-bit Java 7  or newer (tested with Oracle Java)
  • Installation note: After downloading the jMRUI zip-file, uncompress it in the directory of your choice and run the “jmrui-6.0-beta-windows-setup.exe” file to install jMRUI properly on 64-bit platforms. If you do not have 32-bit Java installed on your 64-bit Windows platform, please install it first.
  • Hardware requirements: check Java requirements
  • Tested on Windows 7 and 8 (Desktop).
  • Download also the SpectrIm test dataset (see below)
GNU/Linux
Download jmrui-6.0-beta-linux.zip (84.4 MB) (log in required)  Downloaded: 111 times

  • Requires: 32-bits Java 7 or newer (tested with Oracle Java). Also requires the libg2c 32-bits library (e.g. on Ubuntu 14.04 you would have to install the package libg2c0_3.4.6-6ubuntu3_i386.deb)
  • Installation note: After downloading the jMRUI zip-file, uncompress it in the directory of your choice and read the“readme.txt” file to learn how to install jMRUI properly on 64-bit platforms. In case you want to use the NMRScopeB plug-in, also read the “readme_nmrscopeb.txt”.
  • Hardware requirements: check Java requirements
  • Tested on Debian 8.0 “Jessie”, CentOS 7.0 and Ubuntu 14.04
  • Download also the SpectrIm test dataset (see below)
SpectrIm test dataset
Download spectrim-test-dataset.zip (103.3 MB) (log in required)  Downloaded: 122 times

  • Installation note: After downloading the dataset file, unzip the file in a directory of your choice. Then, start SpectrIm plug-in from within jMRUI and select File>Mount directory… to enter the directory containing the test dataset (the Mount directory option can also be launched from the Dicom file/series selector). Once the mounting task has completed, the series can be loaded by double-clicking them on the Dicom file/series selector.

 

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